Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: a different life, an affirmation of life, cyanide, old things, frozen yogurt, pastrami, lobsters, a bloody mary, tiny hot dogs, Indian Ladder, Dan Eaton, a mural, and Brother Al.
Rob took a moment at a spot in downtown Albany where homeless people had been living.
Kevin went to a "life-affirming" performance at the Troy Bike Rescue.
Jackie survived a chemical weapon attack from a millipede.
Tim checked out the Historic Albany Architectural Parts Warehouse.
One of Kristi's readers asked about local mini-golf spots.
Ashallann enjoyed some "absolutely amazing" frozen yogurt that evoked a shamrock shake.
Jerry had some "very good" pastrami on a bagel in Troy.
Albany Jane scored fresh lobsters in Cohoes.
Daniel B considered what he doesn't know about the Capital Region.
Steve enjoyed the fantasy-inducing bloody mary at McGeary's.
Mr. Dave created "a Rolf's mini-dog popper."
Emily had a "great lunch" at Indian Ladder Farms' Yellow Rock Cafe.
Amanda wondered if she should have said something to a group of teens in a drug store.
Via David at Friday Puppy, a first-hand account of the Dan Eaton Band (you know, the YNN cooking guy).
Paula took a moment to take in the mural at Madison and Main in Albany.
And Chuck remembered Brother Al.
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